We now know what the new Chevy Tahoe and Suburban look like. General Motors made the big reveal at an event in New York on Thursday, while the similar GMC Yukon models were unveiled in Los Angeles.

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These are critical vehicles for GM, which dominates the full-size SUV market with a 74% share. Did the designers do what they needed to preserve this important and profitable franchise? Our roving reporter Rex Moore was in New York for the big event and answers that question, along with senior auto analyst John Rosevear.

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The article Did Chevy Do Enough With the 2015 Tahoe and Suburban? originally appeared on Fool.com.

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